Turkey's $22B nuclear plant to be tsunami, quake proof

April 2015
Journal of Turkish Weekly;4/20/2015, p63
The article discusses the highlights of Turkish Energy and Natural Resources Minister Taner Yildiz's remarks during the groundbreaking ceremony for the marine hydro-technical structures at the Akkuyu nuclear power plant. Topics discussed include his assurance that Turkey will not ignore renewable and other local energy sources despite building of nuclear power plants and the safety parameters adopted by the nuclear power plant.


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